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Poster: Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission Date: Oct 1, 2008 10:29pm
Forum: prelinger Subject: Need some general copyright advice

I've started digitizing a collection of lectures put on by the Oregon Cultural History Commission. My guess is they have about 50 or so in the vaults (1/2 inch tape and such), and do 8 new ones every year.

These generally consist of 6 or so speakers, plus questions from the audience, concerning cultural figures related to Oregon history. (They also have a large collection of ephemera.)

I am not sure of the best copyright to apply to these videos. The decision probably is not mine to make, but I would like to give them a presentation on the different alternatives available. I've convinced them that putting it online would best serve their mission, but now that I am starting to do this, I would like to give due diligence. A good FAQ, any practical advice, or pointers to such, would be helpful. Thanks (sorry if this is the wrong forum)

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Poster: kustota Date: Oct 2, 2008 6:50am
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: Need some general copyright advice

if you're going to use a creative commons licence, these might help:

http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Before_Licensing
http://creativecommons.org/about/licenses

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